Jazz M-2

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Billy Mitchell The Colossus Of Detroit (Xanadu) M- / M- F'1978 55.00
(late 70's orig. french print of straight Jazz chaser fronted by Mitchell on tenor sax, Barry Harris on piano, Sam Jones on bass and Walter Bolden (dr)
The Colossus Of Detroit (Xanadu) M- / M- F'1978 55.00
(late 70's orig. french print of straight Jazz chaser fronted by Mitchell on tenor sax, Barry Harris on piano, Sam Jones on bass and Walter Bolden (dr)
Blue Mitchell Vital Blue (Mainstream) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1972 52.00
(early 70's orig. U.S. print (in uni-pak jacket) of tasty Jazz-grooves w/ black femme-voice-effects by Susaye Greene,Walter Bishop on piano,Stan Gilbert on bass,Doug Sides(dr)Ernie Watts & Joe Henderson on saxes 'n flute;liners by Leonard Feather;)
Vital Blue (Mainstream) / EX D'1972 34.00
(early 70's orig. german print (in blank red card-board-jacket... NOT the real cover and doesn't state 'promo' anywhere!!) of tasty Jazz-grooves w/ black femme-voice-effects by Susaye Greene, Walter Bishop on
piano, Stan Gilbert on bass, Doug Sides (dr) Ernie Watts & Joe Henderson on saxes & flute:)
Red Mitchell Scairport Blues (Yupiteru) M- / M J'1978 65.00
(late 70's orig. japanese print of fine Jazz venture led by bassist Mitchell, Don Bailey on drums and he plays a great harmonica on title-track; ...rest of band is all-japanese feat. Shungo Sawada on e-guitar; w/insert;)
Roscoe Mitchell Old Quartet (Nessa) EX / EX U.S.'197 65.00
(the sultans of cultivated hysteria, the martially clad monks w/wordless talkin' tongues, the amplified phobia charms the mistress of reason... or just GREAT BLACK MUSIC by one of the most creative 'n expressive combos in Jazz-history! ..go ahead yourself 'n fill yer' ears 'n let these sounds of instance tease you! their early recordings from '67 ...seein' light of day in the late 70's/early 80's ... finally;)
Solo Saxophone Concerts (Sackville) M / M- Can'198 65.00
(80's orig. canadian print ofmid-70's solo-concerts given in Canada and Finland; incl. "Tutankamen" written by Malachi Favors;)
Roscoe Mitchell And The Sound Ensemble Snurdy McGurdy And Her Dancin' Shoes (Nessa) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1981 42.00
(early 80's U.S. release by  Art Ensemble Of Chicago member; feat. A. Spencer Barefield on acoustic- /electric guitars & piano, Tani Tabbal on drums, Jaribu Shahid on basses, cello & percussion, Hugh Ragin on trumpet, fluegelhorn; all orig. songs save "march" which is written by Anthony Braxton; tear on front cover;)
Roscoe Mitchell Quartet Same (Sackville) M / M Can'198 65.00
(80's orig. canadian print ofmid-70's concerts given in Canada; feat. Muhal Richard Abrams, George Lewis, Spencer Barefield;)
Hank Mobley And His All Stars (Blue Note) EX / EX U.S.'195 SOLD
(rare orig. print of this Classic Blue-Note release; All Stars feat. Milt Jackson, Horace Silver, Doug Watkins and Art Blakey; incl. "ultramarine", "lower stratosphere")
Another Monday Night At Birdland (Roulette) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1958 125.00
(orig. white label MONO print of exiting LIVE buster feat. Lee Morgan, Curtis Fuller, Billy Root, Ray & Tommy Bryant plus "Specs" Wright; incl. "Nutville", "wee", "it's you or no one";)
Monday Night At Birdland (Roulette) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1958 155.00
(orig. white label MONO print of exiting LIVE buster feat. Lee Morgan, Curtis Fuller, Billy Root, Ray & Tommy Bryant plus "Specs" Wright; incl. "bag's groove";)
The Modern Jazz Disciples Right Down Front (New Jazz) M!! / EX U.S.'1962 210.00
(early 60's orig. purple-label print of fairly rare Bop-grooves by Cincinnati-based combo feat. Curtis Peagler, William Kelley (on normaphone (a valve trombone in the shape of a saxophone) William Brown (p) Lee Tucker (b) and Wilbur "Slim" Jackson on drums; cover of "my funny valentine"; NICE shape!)
The Modern Jazz Quartet All Of You/Gershwin Medley (Fontana) EX / VG+ NL'196 42.00
(60's dutch single-release of orig. Prestige/Moodsville recordings; comes w/pic-sleeve that has a band-photo; B-side has a Gershwin medley;)
I'll Remember April + 2 (Verve) EX / EX D'196 55.00
(60's german 7" 3-track- E.P.-release containing a great, relaxed version of "round midnight"; w/pic-sleeve;)
Live At The Montreux Jazz Festival (Pablo) M / M D'1985 55.00
(mid-80's live-album by this legendary vibes/piano driven combo; german orig. print; incl. 'Django' , 'true blues' , 'Jasmin tree', 'Monterey mist' , Bags new groove' ...; ...in the history of Jazz the MJQ is considered to be unique as a group ... not only did the members never change in 20 years (the group disbanded in 1974) but the musical format never changed either ... they started their splendid revival in Japan in '81 and here on 'tis you'll get the jasmin tree in full bloom!!)
Space (Apple) EX / VG++ U.K.'1969 52.00
(scarce late 60's release by this highly rated Vibes/piano-driven unit; orig. U.K. print (in tasty uni-pak-jacket) on Fab4 originated label;)
Star Collection (Midi) EX / EX D'197 Sold
(german compilation album;incl. "It don't mean a thing" (Ellington/Mills)
Topsy - This One's For Basie (Pablo) M / M D'1985 42.00
(mid-80's album by this legendary vibes/piano driven combo; german orig. print; ...in the history of Jazz the MJQ is considered to be unique as a group ... not only did the members never change in 20 years (the group disbanded in 1974) but the musical format never changed either ... ;)
Under The Jasmin Tree (Apple) EX / EX U.S.'1968 55.00
(strong late 60's release by this highly rated Vibes/piano-driven unit; 4 long trax jinglin' fro' like fresh water from the well; U.S. print on Fab4 originated label;)
Thelonious Monk It's Monk's Time (CBS) M / M NL'1984 28.00
(mid-80's dutch reprint of 1964 recordings performed as a quartet feat. Charlie Rouse, Butch Warren and Ben Riley; incl. "Lulu's back in town", "shuffle boil"...;)
Miracles (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1967 75.00
(RARE orig. U.S. exclusive Columbia Record Club issue w/red label & black lettering; full-band venture recorded LIVE incl. "stuff turkey", "Bemsha swing", "crepuscule with Nellie";)
Misterioso (Columbia) M- / EX U.S.'196 95.00
(nice 360-label mono-print; quartet performance feat. Charlie Rouse(ts) Larry Gales & Ben Riley... the latter two are replaced by Butch Warren & Frank Dunlop on 3 songs! All LIVE recordings produced by Teo Macero;)
Monk. (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'196 65.00
(nice 360-label stereo print; full-band backing but no info given on the cover; Bill Evans raves about this outstanding, creative talent in Jazz-history; "April in Paris"; Teo Macero produced;)
Panorama (Riverside) M- / EX U.S.'1969 65.00
(late 60's U.S. release of compilation album feat. mostly New York City recordings prev. released on Riverside! incl. "'round midnight", "Liza", "little rootie tootie"...;)
Round About Midnight/Monk's Mood (Riverside) EX / VG++ U.S.'195 65.00
(orig. U.S. 7" E.P. (blue label 'n silver lettering) title-track is just Monk's piano; B-side has John Coltrane & Wilbur Ware; recorded in 1957 in New York; pic-sleeve has a purple photo of Monk!)
Thelonious Monk Quartet At The Blackhawk (Riverside) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'196 125.00
(orig U.S. (early 60's) blue label MONO print of LIVE recordings at The Blackhawk in San Francisco (in April 1960) feat. Charlie Rouse, John Ore, Billy Higgins, Joe Gordon (tr) & Harold Land (ts) incl. "'round midnight" (12:06)
Monk's Dream (Columbia) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1962 55.00
(early 60's release in orig. mono form; performed as a quartet feat. Charlie Rouse, John Ore (b) & Frankie Dunlop (dr); incl. "Body & Soul", "Five spot blues"; 360-label print;)
Monk's Dream (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1962 65.00
(early 60's release w/ 360-stereo label; performed as a quartet feat. Charlie Rouse, John Ore (b) & Frankie Dunlop (dr) ...incl. "Body & Soul", "Five spot blues";)
Thelonious In Action (Riverside) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'196 125.00
(orig U.S. (early 60's). blue label MONO print of LIVE recordings at The Five Spot Café in New York City in August 1958! feat. Johnny Griffin, Ahmed Abdul-Malik, Roy Haynes...; incl. "blue Monk", "evidence";)
James Moody Moody's Workshop (Prestige) EX / EX U.S.'196 110.00
(mid-60's U.S. blue label (w/logo on right) 2nd print (in "status"-sleeve)  ...incl. "it might as well be spring", "mambo with Moody", "blues in the closet"; LeRoi Jones wrote the
liner-notes;)
Brew Moore Quartet I Should Care (Steeple Chase) M- / M- DK'1982 42.00
(early 80's release of prev. unreleased Live recordings from 1965 performed at The Montmartre Jazzhus in Copenhagen; Moore blows the tenor sax, Atli Bjorn on piano, Benny Nielsen (b) and William Schiöpffe on drums; cover of Duke's "in a mellotone" (10:37)
If I Had You (Steeple Chase) M- / M- DK'1981 42.00
(early 80's release of prev. unreleased Live recordings from 1965 performed at The Montmartre Jazzhus in Copenhagen; Moore blows the tenor sax, Atli Bjorn on piano, Benny Nielsen(b) and William Schiöpffe on drums; cover of Monk's "blue Monk", title track is by Shapiro-Campbell;)
Lee Morgan Dizzy Athmosphere (London) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'1957 110.00
(orig. U.K. red/silver label MONO print of RARE 1957 release by master trumpet-legend assisted by Al Grey on trombone,Billy Mitchell(ts)Billy Root(baritone),Winton Kelly(p) Paul West(b) & Charlie Persip on drums;)
Live Sessions (Trip) EX / EX U.S.'197 52.00
(70's U.S. double-album of prev. released recordings from 1970 in Los Angeles! Benny Maupin on tenor sax, Harold Mabern on piano, Jymie Merrit (b) & Mickey Roker on drums! ... "willow weep for me" (20:27) "peyote" (13:40) "ujamma" (15:31) FOC;)
Sam Most But Beautiful (Catalyst) EX / EX U.S.'1976 52.00
(mid-70's U.S. print of straight Jazz-grooves w/a mind for tasty ballads; quartet performance led by Sam Most on flute 'n tenor sax; Most & Herbie Mann gave birth to the Jazz flute in the 50's! George Muribus (p) Patrick "Putter" Smith on bass, Will Bradley Jr. (dr) FOC w/pics on inside and liners by Chuck Niles;)
Bennie Moten Jazz Tribune No.31:The Complete Bennie MotenVol.3/4(1928-1930) (RCA) M / M F'1982 55.00
(early 80's french print documenting the works of Moten (from 1928-1930) ...Kansas City Jazz w/ a Ragtime cut... plus the transition into fields of Jazz yet to come (such as Big band Jazz) due to the appearance of William "Count"  Basie (who is of course featured on these recordings plus the rugged voice of James Rushing) FOC w/liners on inside;)
Jazz Tribune No.8:The Complete Bennie MotenVol.1/2(1926-1928) (RCA) M / M F'1979 55.00
(late 70's french print documenting the works of Moten (from the mid- to the late twenties) ...Kansas City Jazz w/ a Ragtime cut... influenced by Jelly Roll Morton;)
Gerry Mulligan The Concert Jazz Band (Verve) M- / M- U.S.'198 42.00
(early 80's french reprint of 1960 recordings feat. Zoot Sims, Mel Lewis, Dave Bailey...; cover of "my funny valentine", "Broadway", "I'm gonna go fishin'"...;)
Historically Speaking (Prestige) M- / M- U.S.'196 95.00
(mid-60's U.S. blue label (w/logo on right) 2nd print of 1951 recordings by legendary baritone-sax blowin white Jazzman; incl. the sidelong spnning "Mulligan's too"; nice shape!)
Little Big Horn (GRP) SS / SS CH'1983 42.00
(80's swiss print of HOT Fusion-Lounge spree by master baritone-blower starring Dave Grusin (who also co-arranged) Richard Tee, Anthony jackson, Jay Leonheart, Buddy Williams and Butch Miles; incl. 'sun on stairs', 'another kind of Sunday', 'I never was a young man'  (on which Gerry also sings!) ...; top production and comes with inner-sleeve;)
Little Big Horn (GRP) M- / M- CH'1983 38.00
(80's swiss print of HOT Fusion-Lounge spree by master baritone-blower starring Dave Grusin (who also co-arranged) Richard Tee, Anthony Jackson, Jay Leonheart, Buddy Williams and Butch Miles; incl. 'sun on stairs', 'another kind of Sunday', 'I never was a young man'  (on which Gerry also sings!) ...; top production and comes with inner-sleeve;)
Gerry Mulligan Featuring Chet Baker The Best Of (CTI) M- / M- D'1975 52.00
(hot mid-70's live-recordings by legendary baritone sax master; w/Chet Baker (t) Bob James (p) Ron Carter (b) Harvey Mason on drums John Scofield cranks the guitar, Ed Byrne on trombone & Dave Samuels on percussion 'n vibes; great version of "my funny valentine"; german print;)
The Gerry Mulligan Quartet What Is There To Say? (Columbia) VG++ / EX U.S.'1959 125.00
(orig. MONO "eye"-label print of fascinating late 50's work by legendary baritone-sax blower assisted by Art Farmer (trumpet) Bill Crow (b) and Dave Bailey (dr) ...cover of "my funny valentine", Gerry's own 'n GREAT "blueport"  recorded in late '58! disc is in nice shape!)
Gerry Mulligan & Dave Brubeck Quartet
Live In New Orleans,1968 (Ariston/Oxford) VG++ / EX I'197 34.00
(70's italian print of late 60's live recordings; incl. "St. Louis Blues";)
Gerry Mulligan & Paul Desmond Same (Fantasy) M- / M- D'1987 38.00
(80's reprint of rare late 50's recordings feat. Barney Kessel, Chet Baker, Chico Hamilton ...;)
Mark Murphy Bop For Kerouac (Muse) EX / VG++ U.S.'1981 55.00
(Jazz-vocalist w/full-band backing reads lines of that famous dharma-bummin' writer... from "the subterraneans" and  "on the road" Kerouacs voice is also heard on "ballad of the sad young man"; the music is loungy Bop arranged & conducted by Bill Mays who also plays keyboards; back cover has notes by Gregory Corso, L. Ferlinghetti...;)
David Murray Live Volume 2 (India Navigation) EX / EX U.S.'1979 52.00
(late 70's orig. U.S. release of scarce Free-Form Jazz venture recorded LIVE in New York in '77; ..."a masterful example of where the last 20 years of Jazz innovation have led for of today's ('79) most demanding Free Music players" (Rolling Stone) ...feat. Lester Bowie, Fred Hopkins, Phillip Wilson;)
Sunny Murray Hommage To Africa (Byg/Actuel) M- / M- F'1969 95.00
(rare french-only print of this powerful tribal-roots Jazz piece w/ great line-up feat. Alan Silva, Lester Bowie, Roscoe Mitchell, Archie Shepp, Clifford Thornton...; brooding jams w/fanfaring flytes into climax!FOC;)

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